MLK Would Have Been On YouTube

By Daisy Hernandez May 22, 2009

Check out Jordan Flaherty’s profile of the new video activist group 2-Cent Entertainment at ColorLines. From the group’s founder:

“Other generations marched, and we march too. But in this age we have a whole new range of weapons…I think Martin Luther King, Jr. would want to be on YouTube, to have his speeches distributed that way. Malcolm X would love to make mixtapes.”

Here’s their award winning film.